The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and it’s the second-oldest university still in operation. Even though there is not a foundation date, there are evidence of teaching that date back as far as 1096.Show more
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The high tutor-student ratio gives you the freedom to follow whatever you want while benefiting from the support of experts. The city is also full of interesting things to do, so both my work and my free time have been perfectly spent. Being a member of a college, a faculty, and societies as well as the university as a whole also meant I was sure to find friends.
I was able to complete a part-time diploma at Oxford University in local history. The subject that I chose was based on the Old Poor Law up to 1834. The course was good and useful to my career as I was able to obtain promotion at work having completed an Open University degree and the Advanced Diploma. I enjoyed meeting other students on the course. It was quite difficult as it was a long way to travel and I didn’t really get the opportunity to make use of the college/university facilities.
I haven’t study at Oxford yet, but I was at Oxford’s open day once(open day is the day when you can ask whatever you want about applying process, studying etc.), and I felt very agreeable there. People and the whole stuff were very kind, and they gave us many information about studying at Oxford. I recommend you to study there, if you have a chance, because in my opinion, Oxford is one of the most prestigious universities in the world, and it’s a real honor to be their student. I wish to study there, and I’ve already started to with preparation for Oxford. I recommend you to go to their site(www.ox.ac.uk), and to find out all information you need.
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